CBD Extraction

CBD extraction occurs through a multi-stage process – cannabis plant matter is mixed with a solvent such as CO2 or a hydrocarbon like butane. This solvent absorbs and strips out desired cannabinoids (CBD), while leaving undesired material behind. At this point the solvent can be further refined using distillation, in order to isolate out each specific cannabinoid. Because CBD has a specific molecular weight and boiling point, distillation can be used to only extract CBD.

Pros & Cons of Ethanol Extraction

Not All Solvents are Created Equal Hydrocarbon (BHO) Cannabis Extract In a maturing extraction industry, many companies have released new technologies promising to be the “next [...]

The Evolution of Extraction

Meet the all new PX1 v2017... The Evolution of Extraction The industry's most ergonomic and efficient extractor design, 24" x 36" footprint for maximum use of limited lab [...]

How to Start an Extraction Business…

10 Steps to Startup Success The cannabis extraction business is hot. More than 50% of today's legal marijuana sales are concentrates and infused products, and extracts constitute the fastest growing [...]

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